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home. the driver crashing into tree. the person in the car who police are saying was killed. anthony: a huge win for hillary frontrunner status. where her lead stands now after the south carolina primary. 43 degrees outside on this sunday, february 28th. in just a few hours we will be watching the oscars here on abc11 eyewitness news. i'm anthony wilson. caitlin: i'm caitlin knute. before you do that tonight, a great day for you and your wife to do a walk, grilling, today sounds fantastic. steve: it is. warming up nicely. a lot of areas in the 50. 51 already. the average high is 59, we will beat that is in the next hour and a half. the temperatures across the region warming up quickly. 54 in southern pines. 52 in rocky mount-wilson. clear skies out there. it is nice. the model has us at 64. we might be a little higher than that today. a lot of sunshine, clear skies and a pleasant evening. chilly, but very nice.
and then rain midweek. more coming up in a few minutes. anthony: thank you, steve. a developing story, a domestic disputed that turned to gunfire. in the end, one police officer injured and two injured and aan was killed. guindon was swornen on friday after rejoining the county in prince william county, virginia. there is a suspect in custody right now described as a member of the military. more than 100 patrol cars lined the roads outside of a northern virginia hospital this morning as a escort for the body. the suspect is expected in court tomorrow. caitlin: right now, signs of unrest in salt lake city. this is after a 16-year-old was hospitalized after being shot by police. onlookers outside of the hospital have been throwing rocks and shooting obscenities at police officers. authorities remaining very tight-lipped what happened.
there was an altercation and the teen had allegedly been carrying a stick and officers told him to drop. and he failed to do so and the officers opened fire. several arrests have been made. no word yet on the teen's condition. of restroom this morning one person is dead after a car crashed into a tree in fayetteville. the driver of the car ran off the road before 2:00 this morning on strickland bridge road near century circle. a passenger in the car died. the driver and a second passenger not seriously hurt. no other cars involved. also new from fayetteville, the fire department arson's team cawed in to investigate the mobile home fire. the chief told our crew that's scene, the home was empty and the utility meters removed a while ago. no one was found inside of the home. caitlin: the nash county
to find a missing mother and her twin daughters. lanfair and her twin girls were seen at 3:00 p.m. yesterday. she lives in bailey and left with the 4-month-old girls to go to a wal-mart in wilson. and last scene driving a blue 2013 nissan altima. if you have information, contact the sheriff's office. in raleigh, police are searching for the gunman behind a hold up at fink's jewelers in north hills. this man you see here went into the store at 6:30 why it was open. one customer and employees at the time. and others outside enjoying a saturday night at the particular spot. the good news, no one was hurt. however the man left with stolen property. police are not saying exactly what was stolen or how much it was worth. anthony: new details about the violence at a kkk rally in california. a man who was stabbed and critically injuried there has been upgraded.
one of three men stabbed there. police are saying counter protesters attacked the klan members when they gut out of their car. and then a klansman stabbed a demonstrator with the end of a flagpole. this sell-off brawl that spanned a block. caitlin: to vote 2016. hillary clinton posting a win in south carolina. anthony: however, bernie sanders is saying the democratic campaign is not over yet. we have the report. reporter: not just a win. a decisive win for hillary clinton in south carolina. >> we now gone through four early states and i want to -- congratulate bernie sanders on running a great race. [ applause ] and -- and tomorrow this campaign goes national! [ applause ] reporter: the capital looking at south carolina results as an
super tuesday. they are hoping south carolina would show strength among minority voters. african-american are six out of 10 voters in south carolina. and be key in other states like georgia, alaska, alabama, and virginia. hillary clinton has wins in three of the first four contests like donald trump in the republican field. >> america has never stopped being great. [ applause ] , but we do need to make america whole again. reporter: bernie sanders not yielding yet. he spend primary day at texas and then in minnesota. >> i congratulate hillary clinton on her very strong victory.
at stake and we intend to win yesterday. over the next two weeks several more trump for president offices opening in the area. of restroom leaders of the nacc p are working on new ways to motivate north carolina voters to head to the polls. >> the keep people from voting and to target black people and target latinos and to target -- target four white -- poor white people. anthony: the organizers for the
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steve: welcome back, everybody. good morning to you. nice out there right now. temperatures warming nicely. gorgeous blue sky into fayetteville. looking at hay street there. 53 at that sensor. a breeze at 2 miles per hour. and 54 in chapel hill and southern pines. 50 in stanford, 51 at r.d.u., rocky mown wilson 52 degrees. and on the way to mid and upper 60's. look at this, on average, 16 degrees warmer in chapel hill and louisburg 18 degrees warmer. so a light jack fortunate you are cold natured. the temperatures warming quickly into the mid-60's. a nice afternoon on tap. we will do it again tomorrow. clear skies around for now. clear all night tonight. partly sunny tomorrow with a
but it doesn't do much. look at the temperatures get warmer. then they will come down as we end out your workweek. traveling out of r.d.u., and chicago with headaches at o'hare. all major hubs at r.d.u. showing no delays. more coming up in the abc 11 eyewitness news accuweather seven-day forecast. anth opened fire. three people were killed. 14 were wounded. fort evidence killed by police. anthony: and five of the six victims killed in kalamazoo, michigan, are being remembered this weekend. this is one tribute paid to one of the victims. mary leu nye, one of the four
for questioning and theago. he has been charged with statutory sexual assault. he has not responded to the charges. but he admitted scamming the system to say in the u.s. he came here from the ukraine but his visa expired. imagine a doctor telling you your child has a rare disease for come there is no cure. caitlin: and them your child will not live past the age of three or four. this is what one durham couple heard after their son was born. i had a chance to talk to them about how they are trying to beat the odds.
and sweet chubby creaks, william is perfection. but beneath the skin is a deadly disorder called pearson syndrome. >> an incredibly rare deorder of mitochondria. over time, the cells and die and fail because they have incapable of making energy. caitlin: now his doctors at duke are managing anemia and keeping his blood count up with transfusions. he is on medication to prevent over day infections. past that, he is at risk for problems with his heart, kidneys, eyes, ears and brain. >> he is normal and healthy right now. knowing in the future that, it's likely to change is, i think the hardest thing. reporter: and there is no known cure and time is running out. >> there is, life expectancy is
that jeff and elizabeth refuse to accept, which is why they created the champ foundation to raise money to fund research for a cure. >> through the course of william's treatment it was ever accident, there were talented as far as where they were to want to be looking at this problem, but found it difficult to get the funding. >> as a parent it is the hardest thing to hear, money that is holding back something that is cure your baby. reporter: they work tirelessly to raise money and awareness, william's family is enjoying every moment with their champ who continues to be a fighter every step of the way. caitlin: he is so, so sweet. the family raised $100,000, they to go of 1.5 million to fully support a research lab to find a cure for pearson's syndrome. if you would like to help this family out go to abc11.com.
they will come through for that boy. caitlin: emotionally invested in the story. that family touched my heart. so we're praying for william. steve: ok. weather is nice to get out. temperatures warming quickly already. i think we will see over 60 in many areas. by lunchtime, a great day here and a great day at hollywood, too. of course, a big night on abc11 eyewitness news talking about the oscars. nice out there. mostly sunny and looking nice. meantime, our active weather days are wednesday and friday, and wednesday the higher probability of us getting rain as the front comes into the region and could have a thunder or two in the morning hours. so keep an eye on that for the morning commute on wednesday.
month on tuesday. the average high from 59 to 68. and 4 py1 inches of rainfall during march. a beautiful day today. in the mid-60's and couple of upper 60's. the rain chances on wednesday and then a slight chance on friday, friday is a question mark, but we have the days there. a good southwesterly flow will allow our temperatures to climb again above average. a little bit cooler midweek. and then a reasurgeons of colder air by friday. north hills is looking great a good southwesterly outside. gorgeous blue skies. our sensor in the mid-50's. a southwest breeze is boosting our temperatures up. 55 in southern pines. r.d.u. is at 51. the same thing in fayetteville. so midday temperature, probably at least 60 degrees. warming quickly through the afternoon. and then around 2:00 to 3:00, we will kind of level off with the temperatures. in the mid-60's with the light southwest breeze. the hurricanes playing at 3:00 today taking on the blues. tailgating is great. wonderful out there.
just fine. zoom out and try to find clouds. the next frontal boundary to the north. clear skies tonight. find the moon and below and to the left you will see mars tonight. here is the fast-moving front as it moves by and a trough, too. it could squeeze out a sprinkle. partly sunny and then on tuesday, warm, and the temperatures near 70. some areas will touch 70 ahead of the next system. this front should come in and could arrive as early as wednesday morning with rain, maybe even a thunderstorm. and then cooldown behind the front. so likely we get rain on wednesday. likely category, 60% chance. and friday, still a chance, 40%. we will have to wait until we get closer before more definite on that friday rain and meantime, heading up to the mountains good skiing conditions up there. temperatures in the 40's.
anthony: and the leader in the joe biden, and guests 1500 bottles of campaign and 16,000 square feet of red carpet. >> orlando jones is weighing in on chris rock as host this year. >> i think chris is going to kill it. he always does. my expectation he will be extremely funny and he might receive that -- [ laughter ] welcome where people don't necessarily like -- exactly what she is saying, but people at home will really love it. reporter: jones has his own hosting gig. you will see him on the backstage special. send him your questions to hear them answered live on the red carpet. when the ceremony begins 10 cameras backstage. jones, by the way, now lives in wilmington. anthony: we will have to watch out for him at the beach.
abc11 eyewitness news. we have an on the red carpet section set up on our website, abc11.com. to help you get ready for the big show. we will be your front row seat for the 88th academy awards at 7:00 this evening. so saying earlier, watch it this morning. now is the time to go outside and enjoy it. a gorgeous day and then come back this evening and watch the fun on tv. anthony: get the popcorn and the kids ready. a fun night. we hope you will enjoy it on abc11 eyewitness news for all of that. this week is next. caitlin: for meteorologist
rewriting the campaign playbook. >> we have a really good chance of winning. >> a former foe now joining his side. >> i'm proud and happy to be part of this team. >> while his rivals hit back harder than ever. >> worst spray tan in america. this is a scam. donald trump will never be the republican nominee. >> we're covering all the week's stunning surprises. and looking ahead to super tuesday. with chris christie and ted cruz here live. plus, hillary's landslide victory. >> tomorrow, this campaign goes national. [ cheers and applause ] >> is this the start of her big move? bernie sanders responds here live. from abc news, a special super tuesday edition of "this week." here now, chief anchor george stephanopoulos. >> as we come on the air this